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Text reads "4. Learning from 2020. Data relates to the early stages of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, including the first peak in April 2020."
A speech bubble graphic. The text inside reads "Embedding positive learning and changes from 2020 is important. Changes must be inclusive to support the greatest possible improvements."
Text reads "BME doctors were less likely than white doctors to report positive changes. 44% of BME doctors identified a positive impact in relation to teamworking, including between doctors (compared with 52% of white doctors)."
Text reads "46% of BME doctors identified a positive impact in relation to sharing knowledge and skills (compared with 61% of white doctors)".
Text reads "38% of BME doctors identified a positive impact in relation to the speed of implementing change (compared with 57% of white doctors)."
A speech bubble graphic with a tick enclosed. The text reads "Doctors reported positive and potentially sustainable impacts related to autonomy, belonging and competence, areas known to be important for doctor wellbeing."
A graphic of two illustrated figures facing each other. The text reads "Some doctors are concerned about losing training and development opportunities - 41% reported a negative impact in this area. Although informal opportunities did emerge".
A graphic of a speech bubble. The text reads "Increasing the supply and retention of doctors and supporting their wellbeing remain priorities".